Fury like a hammerblow, tears dropping from the edges of eyes of glass-beings, now they're broken like the inside. All things retold as ridicule, I have by now lost all hope of a worthy mankind, broken intellects reason as sexless drones. And the painfull realization that even this fury is not enough. And the safe knowledge that nothing prevents breakdown here. And my eyes being fed their grins, my ears hear their pointless proposals of projection. Topics: drawn in blood, evening note, electronic folk, ambient, electronic composition, investigation in...
(wird nicht mehr hergestellt) is christian rzepa. let it then be known. culture is not nature. oversimplification through repeated chants of a pseudosignificant kind. love.is.real. Topics: guitar, music, improvisation, fretless guitar, mp3, songs sort of
She took me beyond the city And it was a border Like a shore When I came back The unbehaved girlchild Played melodies on piano In the large room First it made me hurt Furious In the afternoon The light seemed loveless Cold in that summer A sister of a friend then She played stringent Louder on that piano Johann Sebastian Bach Forget the desertshore Arise Her light dress and red hair Watching the arch in her back As she played It made me furious I then hated mankind Topics: dark ambience, wird nicht mehr hergestellt, synth, synthesizer, keyboard, guitar
Od ponad 18-tu lat Polacy w Chicago i na przedmiesciach lub przez internet sluchaja audycji Wiara i Wolnosc lub Wiara i Wolnosc 2 Dziekujemy i zapraszamy znow. Topic: Radio Chicago, polskie radio, wiara, wolnosc, wiara i wolnosc, polska, religia, polacy, Ameryka, w...
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This show from the post-Easy M era features G and DJ Kam, who’s back after a mysterious “fall” (Jay-Ski subbed for him the previous week). This is one of the rare unlabeled tapes that was easy to identify since G referred to a show “this coming Saturday October 24th”. The show featured a premiere of Ice Cube’s “Wicked” a week before the single hit stores and a bunch of great remixes. Super solid show all around and I didn’t cut anything from the show except ads. Blvd. Mosse... Topics: wprb, princeton, radio, hip-hop, club crush, raw deal
This one's from April 9, 1992. Eazy M's out and G holds it down. This episode pairs well with an earlier one from January 23rd, where Mike Elliot first discusses his upcoming book that's released the day after this episode.The episode also features a demo from a kid-group from Trenton called Youth of Noble Birth (they apparently also have a track called "Living in the Projects," which is not in this first part of the show). Side B closes out with what may be DJ Jay-Ski's first... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, radio, raw deal, club krush
One of the rare episodes where G ("Mr. Softee!!!") isn't in the studio until the very end of the show. During the first two airbreaks, Tone discusses getting the gas face after dissing Serch on stage. Tone shows a good sense of humor about it all by playing "Gas Face" after one of his own tracks (a love song I completely forgot about). At the end of side B into side C, Eazy pairs an EPMD instrumental with a Chill Rob G vocal, then a Chill Rob G instrumental with a De La Soul... Topics: wprb, hip-hop, radio, club krush, raw deal
This one comes a week after Thanksgiving, 1990 and kicks off with an incredible set. It features a remix of "Can I Kick It?" followed by "Tom's Diner" (?!!) and a wicked remix of "Gas Face." Then it rolls into one of my favorite King Sun joints, "Be Black." Marquis from the Too Kool Posse joins G, Tone, Dre, and Easy M in the studio. Tone declares the "Gas Face" remix "booty." Gee, I can't imagine why (he and Serch had some... Topics: club crush, raw deal, wprb, princeton, radio, hip-hop
Here we have the last half-hour of a classic Raw Deal episode, shortly after the name transition. It kicks right in with a Thursday Night Live with Treach, Tony D, Wu-Tang's Rza (then still Prince Rakeem), and more. The tape's not labeled (of course), but it's mentioned that Tone's (25th) birthday (June 28th) is coming up at midnight.I'll add the first part of the show when I find it.Thursday Night LiveTreachThe Naughty By Nature frontman does some familiar verses that later wound up on... Topics: club krush, raw deal, hip-hop, radio, wprb
Remember back when everyone complained about MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice? Ah, those were the days. This early 1991 episode features discussion of the recent American Music Awards with Vanilla Ice winning and PE and Digital Underground's non-winning nominations.Peep the surprising custom theme for PRB by Courageous Chief on side B. I don't remember it at all. We also hear the origin of G's "Mr. Softee" nickname in an uncomfortably awkward airbreak.This episode's unanswered question:... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, radio, club krush, raw deal
This is a static-filled episode, sadly, but don't worry -- September 1st will bring "30,000 watts of stereo power!" Tone acts a fool on the second airbreak describing what Professor X's car lot ad would sound like. Courageous Chief drops in. If you've got a cleaner copy of this episode, get in touch.This show's from either August 1st or 8th because of references to a show "this month" on "Saturday the 17th" (and August 15th is already accounted for).Side AIntro... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, Club Krush, Raw Deal
Here’s 45 minutes of Raw Deal from November 14, 1991, probably from 10:05-10:50pm. Some highlights include an EPMD St. Ides commercial, a heavily-echoed commercial for The Funhouse (a club in Philly) that assures partygoers that “all problems are resolved,” a nice remix of the Fu-Schnicken’s “Ring the Alarm,” some ill live Naughty By Nature (was this ever released on one of their albums?), an ad for a Naughty By Nature/Black Poets/Zulu/Courageous Chief show, and a shout-out to “A... Topics: wprb, hip-hop, radio, raw deal, club crush
On March 12, 1992--a week after doing an extended six-hour episode of Raw Deal--G did a full 11 hour show starting at 1pm and going until midnight. Eazy's car broke down in Philly, so G was running the show for the entire set.Features air break with G bugging out with Professor Tim and DJ Ran. Big Rob (of the Rap Session show on 1490 AM WUSS) joins in (RIP) to discuss his upcoming video show Tomorrow's Youth with Today's Hits on NBC. Genius was up the week before. DJ Polo coming... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, radio, club krush, raw deal
Solid mid-92 episode with rare tracks by the LB's (Little Bastards), The Wicked Ones from New Brunswick, NJ, and Trenton's FOA produced by Divine as well as a bunch of dope remixes. Hillbillies and Blvd. Mosse in the studio and Eazy shows up about an hour into the show (at the end of side A). This one takes place shortly after the six days of riots in LA finished and G talks a bit about that situation on side B. A brief Thursday Night Live with the Hillbillies jumps off at the end of the... Topics: raw deal, club crush, club krush, hip-hop, princeton, wprb
This is a nice clean episode with not much cut. The crew is looking for a new name for their block of new music. The show starts off at 8pm and early on features super dope mash ups, including “Poppa Large” with the “Give the Drummer Some” instrumental, “Top Billin'” with “Real Love,” and “Pass da Mic” with “Hand on the Pump.” During the airbreak at the end of side B, G discusses his trip to New York to visit Stretch & Bobbito’s show and Kool Keith’s upcoming... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, club krush, raw deal
This tape starts at about 9:35pm. G spends much of the show busting on Eazy's clothes ("Yo, Eazy. Your clothes have expired. They need Super Action Tide" and "The collar on your shirt looks like a horse wore it") and uses it as a set-up for promoting BBC (right around the corner from Club Zero!) in Philly. Things get really good starting with the second airbreak on side B and through side C with lots of great aggressive, upbeat tracks, cuts, and some good interview segments... Topics: wprb, hip-hop, music, radio, club krush, raw deal
January 23, 2008 – 1:55 pmI was stoked this past weekend when I came across a crate of tapes I’d misplaced a few months ago, before starting this site. At the very top of the crate was my “Best of Raw Deal” tape (renamed for this post “Best of WPRB” since it goes back to the Club Crush days). I think I had intended to build on this tape as time went on, but never got beyond the 45 minutes included here.But, what a 45 minutes it is. Here’s a run-down of what you get, all from... Topics: normal bias, wprb, hip-hop, princeton, raw deal, club krush
with DJ Polo (courtesy: G)Side A starts off with in-studio guest DJ Polo (G Rap isn't in the studio because he's busy writing for Shanté's new album). There’s a lot of interesting stuff that comes up throughout. Polo is shamelessly pimping a 1-900 number (1-900-407-POLO) where he’s encouraging MCs to call and rhyme in exchange for a record deal. He guarantees three rappers will get contracts. Polo also discusses an upcoming solo album that will feature Eric B., Father MC, and Brand... Topics: hip-hop, wprb, raw deal, club krush, radio
One of the rare Friday night episodes of Club Krush, this one features Tone, G, and Eazy M. Eazy-M gives Tone a hard time for cutting up his own name during "Self-Styled Wisdom" and features a hilarious shout-out on side B from my man Qwik-Cut who sent in their first fax shout-out.Side AIntro airbreakFunkin' Lesson (Instrumental)... X-ClanFunkin' Lesson... X-ClanHoly Intellect (Instrumental)... Poor Righteous TeachersHoly Intellect... Poor Righteous TeachersRebel Soul... IsisNod... Topics: wprb, princeton, hip-hop, radio, Club Krush, Raw Deal